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Pediatric & Adolescent ME/CFS in Vermont

A panel discussion took place on May 12, 2014 in Burlington, VT, U.S.A. in recognition of International ME/cfs Awareness Day.  
The video is one hour and 22 minutes long.
To expedite your viewing, the introduction by Rik Carlson is the first 7 minutes.
At the 7:00 minute mark, Dr. Kenneth J. Friedman presents the newly revised ME/CFS Primer for Clinical Practitioners.  Access to this primer is also available on our website cover page. 
At 24:24 is David W. Maughan, Ph.D. a University of Vermont researcher who brings us up to speed on the current research initiatives nationally and in Vermont.  
At 33:48 is Dr Terry Naumann.  Dr. Naumann is a physician and a patient.  Dr. Naumann in a spirited presentation, explores the Aggressive Rest Therapy that has made a difference in his recovery program.
At 44:30, Dr. Carol Joy Gardner, an osteopathic medical physician in Colchester Vermont presents her experience regarding Immune Compromise Disorders with an emphasis on Lyme Disease.  
At the 57:16 mark is a highly informative round table discussion sparked by the audience.

It is our goal to take advantage of this august panel of experts and our fervent hope that this discussion will lead to comfort, direction, and eventual recovery for the thousands in Vermont, millions in North America and tens of millions globally so afflicted with this hideous disease.

Feel free to contact us at any time for enhanced direction to aid in your recovery or to further educate your family and care-givers.


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